Chris Bath talks about her happy places - a mysterious Italian village in the middle of nowhere and the remote gobsmackingly beautiful places in Australia.
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Christine "Chris" Bath is an Australian journalist and television personality. Bath has previously been a weekend presenter of Seven News Sydney and host of Seven's current affairs program Sunday Night, until she left the network on July 27, 2015.
She was part of Seven's host team for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and co-hosted the prelude to the Opening Ceremony live on stage at the Olympic stadium, while seven months pregnant with her first child. After having son Darcy in late 2000, she returned to political interviewing in 2001 as anchor of Sunday Sunrise and stayed for three years. Other career highlights include anchoring the Schapelle Corby verdict live from Bali and broadcasting live from East Timor in December 1999 during the Christmas concert for the peacekeepers. In 2004, Chris judged entries in the TV current affairs reporting and camera section for the prestigious Walkley Awards.
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What started out as a three-month stay spanned to take six years of Deborah Thomas' childhood in the early 60s growing up in colonial Pakistan, as her father was stationed there for his work.
Deborah recalls how living the Raj-lifestyle behind a gated community surrounded with servants helped shape her. "One of the big things that I think for us as a family was that it brought us very close together at a very early time," this sprouting from an early exposure to a transitory, alienating community whose conditions would teach her to thrive and adapt to new things, new places.
Listen to her 'childhood stories' in this interview. (January 2016)